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Patrick Mahomes, fiancee announce they're expecting first child

Patrick Mahomes announced alongside fiancee Brittany Matthews on Tuesday that the couple is expecting their first child.

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QB Mahomes, fiancée reveal baby on the way

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and fiancée Brittany Matthews announced on social media Tuesday that they will soon be having a baby.

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Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes, fiancee announce they're expecting first child

Reigning Super Bowl Most Valuable Player and one-time NFL regular season MVP Patrick Mahomes announced alongside fiancee Brittany Matthews on Tuesday

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Patrick Mahomes’ fiancee Brittany Matthews is pregnant

Patrick Mahomes and his fiancee Brittany Matthews announced on Tuesday that she is pregnant and expecting the couple’s first baby. Matthews shared a photo on Twitter and Instagram of Mahomes and her holding a photo of a sonogram.

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NFL ratings for Chiefs-Ravens ‘Monday Night Football’ Week 3 game go boom

There’s been a lot made about NFL ratings thus far on the young 2020 season. The opening week of action saw a dramatic decline, both on “Thursday Night Football” and “Monday Night Football.” With that said, there’s not a lot of conclusions we can draw given the early nature of the season.

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Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes, Brittany Matthews Announce They're Expecting 1st Child

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his fiancee, Brittany Matthews, announced Tuesday they are expecting their first child. The pair were engaged Sept...

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Super Bowl odds: Chiefs now heavy favorites after dominating Ravens

The Kansas City Chiefs 34-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens during their huge “Monday Night Football” matchup in Week 3 has drastically changed the Super Bowl LV odds.

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Chiefs-Ravens snap counts: Mike Pennel and Willie Gay get on the field

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Let’s take a look at how Chiefs players were used in Week 3 against the Ravens.

The Kansas City Chiefs put together an impressive 34-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. Let’s see how Chiefs players were used in Week 3.

Starters (offensive): WR Tyreek Hill, LT Eric Fisher, LG Kelechi Osemele, C Austin Reiter, RG Mike Remmers, RT Mitchell Schwartz, TE Travis Kelce, WR Sammy Watkins, TE Nick Keizer, QB Patrick...

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Week 4 AP NFL Power Rankings: The Chiefs distance themselves from the pack

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The Arrowhead Pride team ranks the league from top to bottom.

Week 3 is in the books. It was a week that will be remembered fondly by Kansas City Chiefs fans for a very long time. As the doubters started to creep in, Patrick Mahomes and his squad rolled into Baltimore and showed the Ravens what for. The Seahawks and the Packers also had impressive wins — as did the Bills, who continue to embrace the Josh Allen experience. It was a week when you felt that...

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Super Bowl odds: Chiefs now heavy favorites dominating Ravens

The Kansas City Chiefs 34-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens during their huge “Monday Night Football” matchup in Week 3 has drastically changed the Super Bowl LV odds.

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Frank Clark closes out Ravens, leads jumpstart on defense

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The Chiefs pass rusher took advantage of his first opportunity to close a game out in 2020

In the three Kansas City Chiefs postseason games from the 2019 season, Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark earned five sacks total. Remarkably, he sacked the opposing quarterback of every postseason opponent on a late-game drive — ending their final chance to come back.

The “closer” In the Divisional round, Clark sacked Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson on...

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WATCH: Patrick Mahomes counts to four after final touchdown throw vs. Ravens

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The Chiefs quarterback had four passing touchdowns against Baltimore on the night.

That's 4?? TD passes on the night for @PatrickMahomes.

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Patrick Mahomes, the counter, made his triumphant return on Monday night in the Chiefs’ game against the Baltimore Ravens. You may recall the last time Mahomes broke out the...

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Chiefs added 'wrinkles' on Monday that impress Patrick Mahomes and Bill Belichick

Andy Reid opened up the Kansas City offense against the Ravens, highlighted by a trio of trick plays and more than 500 total yards.

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Week 4 NFL Power Rankings: Chiefs are everyone’s All-American

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Going into Week 4, there is consensus.

A week ago, some of the national writers were thinking the Kansas City Chiefs had been overrated when listed at the top of their rankings. Mea culpas abound in the Week 4.

Here’s our sampling:

NFL.com: 1

(up from 2)

Statement Game? Statement Game. The Chiefs went to Baltimore on Monday night and punched the Ravens in the mouth. The man landing the majority of those uppercuts and overhand rights was — of...

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Patrick Mahomes’ girlfriend Brittany Matthews fired up by QB slight

Mahomes threw four touchdown passes and rushed for another to help lead the Chiefs to a 34-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens and reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson.

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Ravens' Lamar Jackson says Chiefs are 'our kryptonite' after tough loss

Baltimore is 0-3 against Patrick Mahomes and the super-powered Kansas City offensive attack since Jackson took over at quarterback while going 21-1 in all other regular season games.

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Chris Jones’ groin injury is not “believed to be anything serious,” according to NFL Network

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The Chiefs defensive tackle had two sacks in the team’s 34-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones is thought to be fine following the team’s 34-20 Monday Night Football win over the Baltimore Ravens, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

#Chiefs DT Chris Jones tweaked his groin late in last night’s win over the #Ravens, but it’s not believed to be anything serious, source...

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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs-Patriots ‘not quite a division game, but it’s pretty close’

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Chiefs news for Tuesday, September 29

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Belichick: Pats-Chiefs ‘Not Quite A Division Game, But It’s Pretty Close’ | CBSBoston

The Chiefs will be in Baltimore for Monday Night Football, thus delaying some of the film study that Bill Belichick and his staff would normally be doing on Monday to fine-tune the game plan for the upcoming game.

Fortunately, Belichick said, the regular meetings between the Patriots and Chiefs...

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‘Big uglies’ key to Chiefs knocking off Ravens on Monday night

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The Chiefs offensive linemen performed well against the Ravens’ blitz; one even caught a touchdown.

A week ago — against the Los Angeles Chargers — the Kansas City Chiefs offense was held to six points and 92 yards in the first half. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes admitted that he struggled at the beginning of the game — but the Chiefs managed to turn it around in the second half to come away with a victory in overtime.

Entering the long-awaited AFC...

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Five things we learned as the Chiefs beat the Ravens

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The Chiefs now stand 3-0 — with a victory against the AFC’s other big contender. So what have we learned?

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens 34-20 on Monday night, bringing their season record to 3-0 — and raising the spirits of Chiefs fans who have been feeling dejected after the overtime win over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 2.

Here are five things we learned from the game:

1. The Chiefs were wise to sign Mike Remmers in...

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